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She attended University College Dublin (UCD), where she studied Pure English, then Folklore. The reader to whom everything is directed, the one Mandelstam called “the reader in posterity,” is as much for me a Northern Protestant as anything else. Tagore's works include 28 volumes of poetry, stories, novels, operas, essays and diaries, 2,500 songs (still very popular in Bengal). Then slow deliverance, with the gaps of years... ~Bayard Taylor, "First Evening," The Poet's Journal, 1862 Many lyric poets have sensed a parallel between the rhythmic pulse of their blood and language in a poem, but it is of the essence of Kunitz' art that the threshold that transforms blood to ink is not tongue or mouth, but wound... ~Gregory Orr, Stanley Kunitz: An Introduction to the Poetry, 1985 Sometimes the poet writes with fire; with blood Is blood then so much more eloquent than ink?

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 22, 2014)

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